Dogs should not eat pecans, because nuts do not digest well; ingesting them can lead to an upset stomach or an intestinal obstruction. Tree nuts, like pecans, are also susceptible to mold. This mold, while easily digeste... More »

Pet experts at Veterinary Pet Insurance recommend never feeding almonds or any kind of nuts to dogs. While almonds are not toxic to dogs, they do upset a dog's stomach because dogs are not able to digest them well. Almon... More »

Some reasons that dogs refuse to eat are sickness, unfamiliar surroundings, being picky and recent vaccinations, explains WebMD. Owners should seek veterinary care when a dog suddenly stops eating to check for illnesses ... More »

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Hamsters can safely eat many types of nuts, including pistachios, peanuts, walnuts, cashews, hazelnuts and pecans, according to Hamster Club. While most nuts are fine for hamsters, almonds contain cyanide and can cause d... More »

Pistachio nuts are not toxic to dogs. However, pistachios and many other nontoxic nuts such as peanuts have a very high fat content, which can cause illness if eaten long term in large quantities. More »

With a few exceptions, nuts are not usually safe or healthful for dogs to eat. Consuming nuts can cause problems ranging from gastrointestinal discomfort to fatal poisoning in canines. More »

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Unlike human beings, dogs should not eat walnuts, since these nuts may cause serious health complications. Walnuts affect dogs because they contain mild levels of the poison called Aflatoxin. More »

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